Win a Free “Order of the Phoenix” Wii Video Game from EA

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Jun 05, 2007

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Electronic Arts, the makers of the Harry Potter video games, officially announced a new contest for fans to win a free copy of the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Nintendo Wii video game. Beginning today, when you sign up for the OotP video game newsletter, you are automatically entered into a drawing to win the upcoming game. You are able to sign up for the newsletter via the EA homepage by clicking on the Harry Potter promotion located on the ‘flash box’ slider bar or via this direct link.
According to the contest rules, entrants must be aged 13 years old or older and residents of the US to qualify for the prize. The contest ends on July 14th and the thirty lucky winners will be notified on July 16th. Good luck to all!

Also, be sure to check out our Leaky’s own Image Gallery for screenshots and other images from the game, as well as trailers that can be seen in our Video Galleries. The Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix video game will be released on June 26th and available for play on the PS2, PS3, PSP, GameBoy Advance, PC-DVD, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360 and Wii platforms.





8 Responses to Win a Free “Order of the Phoenix” Wii Video Game from EA

Avatar Image says: I wont win. I never win competions :(Avatar Image says: I'm the same... Never winning anything... :(Avatar Image says: I suppose it doesn't hurt to try, so I signed up.Avatar Image says: At least I can get excited about this contest!Avatar Image says: What silly rules, like people in Europe and Asia can't own Wii's. What makes EA think thta people who do not live in the USA would not want to own this game. I'm getting quite sick of all these competitions I can never enter, because I don't live in the UK or the USA. Would it really cost them that much to send the game to Holland, I ask you? Dutch sites hardly ever have competitions like this. BLEH!Avatar Image says: I know what you mean, Essie. There are barely any competitions for people living outside the US or UK! rrrr.... it's so unfair >.>Avatar Image says: Hahaha! finally! I contest where I have to be OLDER than a certain age!!Avatar Image says: Yay XD I do see one flaw with this though... You actually need to OWN a Wii to play it, or at least know someone who has one. Which means you have to be able to track one down first and shell out the $250 for it. ....*hears her excitement bubble go *POP** Heh, Wii's are harder to find lately than a needle in a haystack. Most people manage it on sheer luck, or at least thats how the stories I've heard go. While it will be nice not to have to pay for the game, I get the feeling that it will be sitting unopened on some shelves for a while while people try to find the Wii to play it on.

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